Every year millions of people from all over the world visit Tate’s website to explore our collection. In Art & artists you can see, and learn about, over 70,000 artworks by watching slideshows, browsing themes or searching for specific terms.
Last year we ran a quiz based on some statistics from the website, and as so many of you took part, we thought it was time to do it again!
So what happened this year? There were thousands of searches for Pop Art, probably influenced by the Lichtenstein exhibition at Tate Modern. Other popular art movements were cubism, surrealism and futurism.
There were lots of searches related to weather phenomena – including sunsets, rainbows, clouds and storms – yes, we talk a lot about the weather in the UK!…To find out what the weather will be each weekend, follow us on Twitter for a Friday forecast #tateweather.
Last year Ophelia was the most viewed artwork, but it is not the case for this year – guess what took the top spot? London is the most searched city, but which other places are favourite destinations in the collection?…What other content do you think was the most visited in art & artists in 2013?
The quiz is now closed - check out the answers.